- A man, Ramatsomane Tlhophane, has warmed the hearts of South Africans with his kindness
- Tlhophane took a wooden pallet and placed several loaves of bread on it
- He then made a sign reading: "Free bread", and the less fortunate could take what they needed
On Sunday, a man was having breakfast when he came up with an idea to help the less fortunate. Ramatsomane Tlhophane decided to start the "Free Bread" campaign.
He dropped off a wooded pallet at the corner of a street in Sharpeville and placed several bread loaves on in.
Tlhophane placed a sign on the pallet reading: "Free bread" and the less fortunate could take what they need.
"I don't have much but the little that I had will surely make a difference, please support."
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South Africans were in awe of Tlhophane's kindness and they wished him only the best.
Bongi Sothoane commented:
"Wow this is an amazing initiative. You will be remembered ha a kena lehodimong."
Faba Faba wrote:
"If you can, do it my brother. God bless you."
Dee-j Doc Radebe said:
"God bless you abundantly my friend may your love for helping the less fortunate be multiplied."
Tokolloho Mosia added:
"May the good Lord bless you for what you are doing."
Victor Obakeng Kgotla commented:
"May God shine His face upon you and your family. May the blessings overflow in the name of Jesus. What you are doing is amazing. Big up."
Like Tlhophane, other South Africans have been looking out for each other during the lockdown. Briefly.co.za previously reported young people in KwaZulu-Natal blessed street hawkers with groceries during lockdown.
With the assistance of local businesses, Zuma organised a group of youths to donate groceries hampers to 10 street vendors in Dambuza, Pietermaritzburg.
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